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lives of the principal Benedictine writers of the Congregation of St. Maur

Charles H. McCarthy

lives of the principal Benedictine writers of the Congregation of St. Maur

with an historical introduction ...

by Charles H. McCarthy

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Published by Burns, Oates & Co. in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Benedictines -- Saint Maur.,
  • Benedictines -- Bio-bibliography.

  • The Physical Object
    Pagination200 p.
    Number of Pages200
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18084994M

      The principal is that of the Emperor Basil II. (d. ), published by Ughelli in his "Italia Sacra." The larger Menologies are entitled "Synaxaria," because they were read in the churches on days of assembly. These lives are very long, and the Menology contains the substance in a condensed The mantle of Lewis fell upon the shoulders of a Benedictine nun of Stanbrook Abbey, and the editions of the Benedictines of Stanbrook, already referred to, and notably their versions of the Way of perfection and the Interior Castle and their four-volume edition of the Letters (), have perhaps done more than any others to give St. Teresa

    The library of St Edmund's in Paris, which Weldon organized, contained the Traité des études monastiques, and he frequently referred to Mabillon’s or his followers’ source critique. 26 However, while the Maurists had encouraged members of their congregation to write the history of their own house and its immediate surroundings, Weldon’s Joseph Aloisius Ratzinger was born on 16 April, Holy Saturday, , at Schulstraße 11, at in the morning in his parents' home in Marktl, Bavaria, Germany. He was baptised t

    From this congregation sprang two others, the principal houses being at Stabulum Rodis, in the valley of Maleval, and at Fabali on Monte Fabali. The mode of life, originally very severe, was mitigated by Pope Gregory IX, under whom the majority of the Williamite monasteries adopted the Rule of St.   Chittister approvingly quotes the Benedictine Rule that “we are not given to ready laughter” but explains that what St. Benedict really meant was that the Rule “brings patriarchy, with all


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Maur (English Edition): Boutique Kindle - History: s://   The Congregation of St. Maur, often known as the Maurists, were a congregation of French Benedictines, established inand known for their high level of scholarship.

The congregation and its members were called after Saint Maurus (died ), a disciple of Saint Benedict credited with introducing the Benedictine rule and life into ://   The Congregation of Tiron, founded by B.

Bernard of Abbeville, another disciple of B. Robert of Arbrissel, inin the forest of Tiron, in Le Perche. It passed into the Congregation of St. Maur, These of Savigni and Tiron had formerly several houses in ://   BENEDICT BISCOP: First abbot of Wearmouth and Jarrow; b.

of noble family about ; d. at Wearmouth (on the north side of the Wear, opposite Sunderland, Durhamshire) Jan. 12, or Biscop was his Saxon name, his ecclesiastical name was Benedict, and he was also called Baducing as a patronymic.

He was a thane and favorite of Oswy, king of Nothumbria, but in decided to   (11) The Congregation of St. Placid.-This congregation was also an outcome of the reform instituted at St.-Vannes.

The Abbey of St. Hubert in Ardennes, which had been founded about for canons regular but had become Benedictine inwas the first in ()/Benedictine_Order.

21 hours ago  Along with the Feast of the Immaculate Conception (December 8th) the Assumption is a principal feast of the Blessed Virgin and a Holy Day of Obligation — one of the most important feasts of the Church year.

(In the United States, inthe US bishops amended the Church calendar by removing the obligation to attend Mass whenever January 1 1 day ago  On 11 August Pope Urban IV promulgated the Bull Transiturus, which published the Mass formulary and hymns for the Office of a new feast meant for the whole church, that of Corpus Domini -- the Body of the was the culmination of an intensification of Eucharistic piety that had been percolating over the previous Benedict, RULE OF Saint.—This work holds the first place among monastic legislative codes, and was by far the most important factor in the organization and spread of monasticism in the its general character and also its illustration of St.

Benedict’s own life, see the article St. Benedict of Nursia. Here, however, it is treated more in detail, under the following heads: :// The chief house of the order is the International College of St.

Monica at Rome, Via S. Uffizio No. It is also the residence of the general of the order (prior generalis) and of the curia generalis. Another monastery of the Augustinian Hermits in Rome is that of S. Augustinus de Urbe, established innear the church of St.

Augustine, in which the remains of St. Monica, the mother ?id= In the Benedictine monks of Mont St Michel were replaced by monks of the Congregation of St Maur.

0 Other Saxon foundations were the nunneries at Folkestone (), Lyminge (; nunnery and monastery), Reculver (), Minster-in-Thanet (), Minster-in-Sheppey (), and the priory of St Martin at Dover (), all belonging to the   (10) The Congregation of St.-Maur.-The French monasteries which had embraced the reform of St.-Vannes were in formed into a separate congregation named after St.

Maur, the disciple of St. Benedict, which eventually numbered on hundred and eighty houses, ie all in France except those of the Cluniac   “Wherever politics tries to be redemptive, it is promising too much.

Where it wishes to do the work of God, it becomes not divine, but demonic.” — Joseph Cardinal Ratzinger, Truth and   Along with the Feast of the Immaculate Conception (December 8th) the Assumption is a principal feast of the Blessed Virgin and a Holy Day of Obligation — one of the most important feasts of the Church year.

(In the United States, inthe US bishops amended the Church calendar by removing the obligation to attend Mass whenever January 1 2 days ago  Francis was canonized at St. George's by Gregory IX, 16 July, On that day following the pope laid the first stone of the great double church of St.

Francis, erected in honour of the new saint, and thither on 25 May,Francis's remains were secretly transferred by Brother Elias and buried far down under the high altar in the lower ://   The Prefect of the Congregation for Divine Worship, Cardinal Antonio Cañizares Llovera, recently attended a conference in Barcelona.

On this occasion, he was interviewed by Catalunya Cristiana. Here is an NLM translation of the parts of this quite inspiring interview, Pray day-by-day with these beloved Catholic saints. The purpose of this website is to provide information and inspiration about Catholics saints and blesseds.

The saints are special signs of God’s activity. Their prayerful surrender to God’s love was so generous that the Church recognizes them as heroes and heroines worthy to be held up for our In the Benedictine monks of Mont St Michel were replaced by monks of the Congregation of St Maur.

0 It is the seat of North-western University (; Lutheran), which includes collegiate, pre - paratory and academic departments, and had ininstructors and students, and of the Sacred Heart College (Roman Catholic, opened in   The English Benedictine Congregation was formally established in exile on the continent in Perhaps the most influential of the new congregations were found in France.

The Congregation of St. Vanne () was modeled on the Cassinese Congregation and under Didier de la Cour spread throughout France, gaining a reputation for scholarly ://. After the dissolution of the Congregation by the French government inthe move to foreign countries was encouraged: Belgium where the Assumptionists were present sinceHolland, and England.

Slowly, the Congregation passed from a purely French institute to the beginnings of an international   IV. The Mission of St. Benedict [From the ATLANTIS of January, ]1. {} AS the physical universe is sustained and carried on in dependence on certain centres of power and laws of operation, so the course of the social and political world, and of that great religious organization called the Catholic Church, is found to proceed for the most part from the presence or action of definite   MAURISTS, a congregation of French Benedictines called after St Maurus (d.

), a disciple of St Benedict and the legendary introducer of the Benedictine rule and life into Gaul. At the end of the 16th century the Benedictine monasteries of France had fallen into a state of disorganization and relaxation.

In the abbey of St Vaune near Verdun a reform was initiated by Dom Didier de la Cour